During fetal life, this vascular channel
causes the majority of blood to bypass the lungs (pulmonary circulation) of the fetus.
The third patient, who had a pure embryonal carcinoma with vascular channel
invasion, has a 30% or 40% risk of relapse, rather than the standard 25% risk.
Histologic examination revealed closely packed, dilated, and congested cavernous vascular channels
lined with a layer of flattened endothelial cells.
At higher magnification, the nodules comprised atypical spindle cells forming solid nests with occasional vascular channels
Centrally, the nodules are populated by vascular channels
of varying caliber lined with plump endothelium interspersed with ovoid or spindle cells.
12) MRI imaging in haemangiomatosis demonstrates vascular channels
and fibrous strands, with a palpable bruit clinically.
2) They are formed by cells divided by vascular channels
and fibrosis matrix (Fig 2).
Low pressure-cooking allows moisture to escape from the vegetable through the plants natural vascular channels
with no damage to the cell membrane.
Organized and recanalized thromboemboli were seen within the elastic arteries of the lungs forming fibrous septa with multiple recanalized vascular channels
Histopathological examination revealed a well-circumscribed lesion composed of dilated thin-walled blood vessels with multiple small vascular channels
surrounded by prominent thickened and whorled proliferation of smooth muscle, consistent with an angioleiomyoma of the solid subtype (Fig.
They found that, as human cancer cells progress toward more deadly forms, groups of aggressive cancer cells build primitive vascular channels
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